IoT (Internet of Things)

IoT is the swiftest emerging technology among the public. Wireless propagation, intelligent sensitivity, advanced actuation, computer vision, speech recognition, and natural language processing are all fundamentals of IoT. IoT components not complemented with AI, machine learning models, and data science to automate and adapt to experience always suffer.

The central theme behind IoT is to improve people’s quality of life, i.e., to involve the least effort/resources with maximum/productive output. Reaching this goal could seem like a long shot, and such a system would be a cyborg of the latest technological culmination. An advanced analytics-supported system with no input requisition and the highest learning curve is the only solution that is the basis of computer science application to IoT with AI & data science.

Challenges Faced by the Customers

Poor decision making
IoT systems always face data insufficiency or poor data loading. Data is too unconsolidated or randomized that systems collapse at crucial execution stages. One wrong decision can then turn into a chain of unpleasant events. All humanoid characteristics incorporated in such scenarios are the answer. With the highest level of sensor technology, comprehension & processing algorithms, the best decision-driven approach is granted.
Integration and linking IoT components with homogeneity is the last step before the implementation of any task. Unless all parts are Integra table with each other, the compatibility issues will always hamper finalization. This will make overall project implementation a prohibitive assignment in the end. A systematic approach with AI is the sole solution.
Hardware and software latency are the main issues in applying real-time IoT models. Being delayed in terms of response is almost equivalent to non-responsiveness. Having insufficient data is the leading cause of this latency. So, data latency can be avoided if the models are automated, self-learning, and loaded with weaponry.
Security & Privacy
IoT-modeled systems collect too much data frequently. The users are certainly exposed to the applications and concerned hardware of IoT models. Breach or compromise of confidential data at any stage can lead to unexpected outcomes

In a nutshell:

AI, Machine learning, and Data science application into IoT-based systems is a leading step towards improving the adherence to quality compliance level of such systems.